Lead by LeeAnn Mallorie, Guts & Grace at Work is a nine-twelve month program for female leaders at any stage in their careers, who are equipped to drive positive change and/or who are at risk of burning out.
Despite rapid advances in female leadership, many women continue to report a variety of challenges that are not adequately addressed by traditional leadership programs, including fear of failed work life balance, incessant worrying, stifled voice, lack of confidence & self-doubt. This can cause women to hold back from pursuing high-impact leadership roles, and can lead to burnout. But it doesn't have to be this way.
...the number of women in senior leadership positions has only risen an average of just 2% in the past 10 years. Meanwhile, thousands of women leave the workforce each year.
...nearly 70% of all working women are failing in their efforts to lead a healthy life. This leads to resentment, underperformance and burnout.
These statistics have been shown to hold true even in many companies with flourishing women’s networks.
Strategies like annual conferences, lunch-and-learns, and social events are not enough to change the tide.
Focused personal development leads to company wide impact. But only if it is effective.
Most leadership and business mentorship programs fall short in their attempt to advance women in leadership as they only focus on two areas: skills training and diversity training. This approach leaves out a critical third component: embodied transformation.
Embodied transformation is a cellular-level shift in both mindset and habitual behavior. This is THE key to visible progress and lasting results.
Guts & Grace at Work doesn't stop at individual leadership. It is designed to ignite innovation and spark meaningful culture change across your entire workforce.
Susie, a senior executive at a large government organization, took the initiative to bring Guts and Grace to her organization. Susie sponsored the program, and participated in the first cohort herself. After a few initial roadblocks where cleared, Susie went on to win the Admiral’s EEO Award for the impact she made on the diversity and inclusion efforts company-wide.
Ashley, a top performer and young mom, was humble and burned out. At the start of the program she described herself as “maxed out” in her motivation to lead. By the end of six months, Ashley took on a new role that nearly doubled the size of her team and significantly amplified her organizational impact.
LeeAnn Mallorie, MAPP, is the founder and CEO of Guts & Grace and sister firm Leading in Motion. She has been helping leaders face bottomline challenges and combat meaning depletion and burnout since 2005, using mindfulness and embodiment tools.
LeeAnn partners with founders, executives, directors of people development, innovation team leaders, and internal women’s organizations to bring Guts & Grace at Work to a wide variety of industries. Her leadership curriculum offers a concrete, actionable doorway to greater power, resilience, influence, ethics and impact.